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Why Jude Law walked around the set of his new movie stark naked...

Actor Jude Law attends the Fox Searchlight Pictures'
Actor Jude Law attends the Fox Searchlight Pictures' "Dom Hemingway" screening hosted by The Cinema Society And Links Of London on March 27, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)

Jude Law walked around the set of his new movie stark naked to prep for raunchy sex scenes.

The British actor knew there were some “incredibly explicit” moments to film for his movie Dom Hemingway, and he came up with a unique solution to deal with his embarrassment.

According to Jude, he decided the best way to handle the situation was to approach it head-on – without warning the crew.

"Well, like I said before, we hurdled through the whole of this film and I kind of figured that the best way to start was to make sure the crew knew who and what Dom was," he told E! News. "So I thought the best way to go was to just start with this crazy opening scene, which is incredibly explicit and I'm naked. I strolled on the set, nothing on and started that particular soliloquy."

Jude plays the title character in the movie, a mobster freshly released from a 12-year prison sentence.

The actor’s co-star Demian Bichir didn’t appear fazed by Jude’s nakedness. If anything, he approved of the 41-year-old’s confidence and noted good looks.

"If I had Jude Law's face, I’d do anything that I would want," Demian joked. "I would eat the world. This guy is such a fantastic kid, man."


Jude Law and Madalina Diana Ghenea attend the after party for Fox Searchlight Pictures' "Dom Hemingway" screening

Jude’s co-star Madalina Ghenea also spoke of her experience on set with the actor, saying she enjoyed every second of filming.

Madalina was a fan before ever meeting Jude, and was thrilled to be involved in a project with him.

"Jude is so fun. The Talented Mr. Ripley is one of my favourite films so to work with him was crazy!" she said, according to Good Morning America.

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